Texas Longhorns To Face Ole Miss Rebels in Primetime

You'll be missed. Well, not really. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

Talking about the Night Game Multiplier. Your trip to the Grove just got a lot more interesting...

It's been announced that the Texas / Ole Miss game in Oxford on 9/15 will be at 8:15 CST.

The only question is whether you will still be standing.

If you don't already have plans to be there and are lacking the convenient excuse of recently acquiring a newborn, your priorities in life need to be reexamined.

There are other jobs and families to come home to should yours end up needing to be replaced. Given that the first two games of the season will be aired on the Longhorn Network, this will be the first chance for many to see your 2012 Big 12 Champion Longhorns.

Scipio and various muscled up Rebels drinking heavily from Red Solo Cups have already discussed the match up.

That's not a prediction. It's a guarantee. Just as long as we can solve our fullback quandary. You diggs?

And there's an awesome slate of afternoon games to watch whilst crushing Keystone tallboys and elevator eye humping the nearest McKenzie with your brohost, Brodie Pomeroy, in the KA tent. (Contact BC Tours if you need an assist.)

Florida-Tennessee - 5:00 on ESPN (lead-in to Horns game)
USC-Stanford - 6:30 on FSN
ND-Mich State - 7:00 on ABC

Are you ready for some football?

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